What is a Copyright?

The legal right to exclusive publication, production, sale or distribution of a literary, musical, dramatic, or artistic work.

What should inventors consider Copyrighting?

Practical examples are artistic creations, websites, owner's manuals, packaging and advertising materials.

How Long Does a Copyright Last?

The length of protection is the life of author plus 70 years.  


 Copyrights are $1,000 per filing, single item start to finish fee.  Additional items, $300/item. 

Copyright Lawsuits

Statutory Damage of up to $150,000 per infringement for knowing and willful infringement.

Loser usually has to pay attorney and court costs.

Please watch the video below for this answer and much more! 

Everything you need to know about copyrights

Eric Discusses Copyrights in Detail